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Authors Articles by William Heckel '17

William Heckel '17

William Heckel '17
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On Friday, February 17th, at 7 p.m. ET, ESPN will broadcast the 2017 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game live from Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA. This event is usually met with extremely average attention, but I think the NBA can change that with a few wise selections in this year's game. The newly-available and potential players for this year's...
If I had to choose one thing to take away from that NFC Championship game it would be this: Matt Ryan will mess your life up and have no regrets. This is not opinion, this is fact. Last Sunday, Matty Ice led the Falcons to their second Super Bowl appearance and their first appearance in 18 years. You can not merely...
There is no denying that the previous all-star selection process needed some work. The solely fan-based process has been the law of the land for quite some time now, but it has produced some very questionable choices. I understand that the All-Star Game is supposed to be a game "for the fans," but Zaza freaking Pachulia almost got a...
Originally, I was going to title this article "Why Al-Farouq Aminu is the Greatest Player in the NBA," but then I realized that there is no question about it. I shouldn't have to even write an article to explain this, but I will anyway to give Al the respect he deserves. And yes, I call him Al. He follows me...
Well, the Cowboys made it back to the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs! Dallas fans could not have been more excited and optimistic heading into this year's postseason. However, their highly-anticipated Super Bowl run was quickly thwarted by the Green Bay Packers, again. The game was not necessarily hinged on one play like in the 2014 matchup (Dez caught it),...
Today's world is overloaded with hip-hop artists that glorify money, drugs, and an endless list of sin and vices. These artists capture their listeners, who are mainly between the ages of 18-34, with fast rhymes, catchy beats, and explicit language. This music has seemingly taken over pop culture and our radios, which begs the question: What about this music attracts...

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